The City of Inglewood Residential Rent Regulations Ordinance and Just Cause for Eviction Ordinance regulate how much a landlord can increase a tenant’s rent and prohibits evictions of tenants unless the landlord has a just-cause reason. The ordinances also cover what types of evictions require relocation payments to tenants, prohibit harassment by landlords, and regulate […]
Know your rights as a tenant in the City of Richmond, California. Richmond has an Anti-Harassment ordinance and a Rent Control Ordinance.
The City of West Hollywood’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance caps annual rent increases to a certain small percentage and limits evictions.
The County of LA enacted the Retaliatory Eviction & Anti-Harassment law. Tenants in unincorporated areas are protected from harassment detailed here.
The County of Los Angeles Rent Control regulates how much a landlord can increase a tenant’s rent, prohibits eviction of tenants in many cases, and more.
To protect vulnerable tenants, the City of Los Angeles has adopted a new Tenant Anti-Harassment Ordinance that prohibits landlords from engaging in certain conduct.
Know your rights as a tenant in Beverly Hills, Califorina. The Ordinance limits the amount rent can be increased, prohibits some evictions, and more.
THE CITY OF HAYWARD’S RESIDENTIAL RENT STABILIZATION AND TENANT PROTECTION ORDINANCE The City of Hayward’s Residential Rent Stabilization and Tenant Protection Ordinance, which went into effect July 25, 2019, caps annual rent increases to a certain small percentage and limits evictions to only those reasons enumerated under the law. The ordinance also protects tenants from retaliation […]
The City of Mountain View Community Stabilization and Fair Rent Act (“Mountain View Rent Control Ordinance”), which went into effect December 23, 2016, limits the amount a tenant’s rent can be increased annually and prohibits evictions unless there is a just-cause reason. The City of Mountain View also has a Tenant Relocation Assistance Ordinance that […]
The City of Palm Springs Rent Control Ordinance protects tenants from unreasonable rent increases and unjustified terminations, but since its enaction several years ago, most properties originally covered under the ordinance have been permanently removed from protection over time. A rent-controlled unit may be permanently removed from protection under the ordinance if a tenant voluntarily […]